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3.32 / 5.00

Date
08/02/2009
Category
Illustration
File Info
1190 x 1400 px
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905.2 kb
Tags
snow
cow
yeti
ape

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Author Comments

I think im finally starting to get the hang of this "digital painting" thing. This is my entry for COW #71

Dzu-teh is the heavy duty arctic transport unit that will fit all your transport needs. Whether it be goods, or poeple, your Dzu-Teh will carry it. They have been bred to obediently carry your goods and persona for hours on end. Trained for maximum rider-comfort these loyal collossus will never leave your side, having lost the ability to find food on their own, they are completely at your disposal.

Reviews


RexplosionRexplosion

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jun 20, 2010

Lol

ITS BABY CARNAX :D


J-qb responds:

Is it now?


SirNightOwlSirNightOwl

Rated 4 / 5 stars Aug 3, 2009

Vast Improvement!

This really shows your putting more thought into your work and your getting creative with the digital painting tools. The shading and shine on the body are really good although your shadows could be harsher (I do exactly the same) I will say though that the nose looks out of place as it doesnt appear to be as 'soft' as the rest of the picture. I think if you'd spent a bit longer on this it would go from good to great.
Eagerly awaiting to see your next piece
- SirNightOwl


J-qb responds:

Thanks man, the nose pops out more because unlike the eyes there is no hair covering it. This was a conscious choice, although I agree it still looks a bit out of place.


jok3r098jok3r098

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Aug 2, 2009

whats the brown thing?

well this is interesting however i cant seem to figure out what the brown bit on his back is?!


J-qb responds:

Thanks, the brown thing is a box. underneath the box, a cloth is hung to contain even more cargo. Extra cargo is placed onto, and is kept in place by another cloth.